This Japanese tapas bar unites the sensibilities of two capitals of hipness—Tokyo and Williamsburg. It has a warm, clean decor of square wood panels and paper lanterns, plus the cute touch of dolls spinning on turntables in the windows. Tricked-out jazz, pop and electronica play most nights, while DJs spin on weekends.
Note that this is NOT a sushi restaurant, rather, the menu includes a range of $3 and $4 Japanese home cooking-style dishes, all presented in artful ceramics. Some items are marked as being "good for vegetarians and vegan", while you'll have to ask about others. The kimchee tofu and the tofu hamburg are vegan, but beware of the miso soup, which is made with fish stock.
Added by Cass Danger on Apr 6 09 (last updated Apr 6 09)
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L train to Bedford
$ - inexpensive
- Live Music